On July 16th photographers, sponsors and esteemed guests gathered for the launch of Picture Change, PhotoSensitive's most recent exhibit. Lisa LaFlamme, Patti Gower, Michael Willems and Andrew Stawicki took to the podium and spoke to the power that a photograph carries and the importance of the art form, but there was also the acknowledgement of change in the photography industry that carried through the opening ceremony.

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The Beauty Project

The Beauty Project is PhotoSensitive's next exhibition. After much deliberation and many inspiring submissions from students across Ontario, PhotoSensitive is selecting fifty excellent images to be displayed as portraits in the exhibition at Brookfield Place. A slideshow will be playing all images from the project during the show.

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PhotoSensitive Documentary

Janek Lowe has continued interviewing PhotoSensitive members and recording onsite launches for the upcoming short documentary. It captures the history of social change power of black and white photography. While the documentary is now in post-production, there are still more photographers to be interviewed while the footage is edited.

View the trailer for the documentary that Janek put together.

Look forward to future interviews and content for the documentary.

Picture Change book

A Picture Change book was published for the grand opening. The book contains each of the photographers participating in the exhibit. Accompanying the photographer and their biography is the featured photograph from their portfolio appearing in Picture Change, including a caption that tells the story behind the image and the change it invoked.

Currently, the Picture Change publication has a limited print run; PhotoSensitive hopes to make it available as a free ebook in the future. If you would like to purchase Picture Change, please contact Brynn Campbell at:


PhotoSensitive photographer Jo-Anne McArthur releases a new book.

Drawn from a thousand photos taken over 15 years, We Animals illustrates and investigates animals in the human environment: whether they're being used for food, fashion and entertainment, or research, or are being rescued to spend their remaining years in sanctuaries. Award-winning photojournalist and animal advocate Jo-Anne McArthur provides a valuable lesson about our treatment of animals, makes animal industries visible and accountable, and widens our circle of compassion to include all sentient beings.



What's On
So still the sea, so waste the ground

Sandi Wheaton 
solo exhibition
Salton Sea 
Paint Creek Center for the Arts

407 Pine St., Rochester, MI 

August 23 - Sept.20 
Loose Canon in Paris
La Palette, 492 Queen St. W., Toronto,
August 8 till September 12.
Documentary launch on Kandahar
By Louie Palu
Elegy for a Stolen Land
By Peter Sibbald
 Latcham Gallery
6240 Main St., Stouffville, ON
July 25-Sept 7, 2013
Memory Theatre 2013 by Elizabeth Siegfried
Memorial Art Gallery, 500 University Avenue, Rochester, New York
October 9- December 29th, 2013
Queen West Art Crawl
Trinity Bellwoods Park
September 21-22
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